Archive for the Reviews Category

Humankind, by Rutger Bergman- a Review

This book should be read by all politicians and CEOs. In his new book Humankind, Dutch popular historian Rutger Bregman’s basic premise is that If you want the best from people, believe in their innate, genetically-determined goodness and ability to organise themselves for the common good. He

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Ten Things About Writing: Build Your Story, One Word at a Time by Joanne Harris

Seldom ever have I seen a more succinct, witty, insightful, and encouraging book to help writers! Before – and since – being published myself, I’ve procrastinated by reading many ‘advice’ books, some good, like Stephen King’s On Writing or Mittlemark and Newton’s How NOT to Write a Novel

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The World Stops? E.M. Forster was a genius

A Prophetic Vision of Covid life 2020 – Book Review of The Machine Stops by E.M. Forster Vashti has all that she needs in the world, living alone with an armchair and a reading desk. At the press of a button she receives food, music, literature, light,

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